On 9th July 2011, South Sudan (SS) gained her independence to become the world’s youngest nation. The world has over the years pooled resources to help this young nation transform. And this is what our contribution has been—SS nationals have benefited from our uniform fees structure.
The fees structure implemented between 2014 and 2016 has seen students from East African Community member states, including South Sudan pay the same fees as their Ugandan counterparts. We are also participating in many capacity development programs for the University of Juba.
Meeting UBA’s Chioma Mang
I discussed with the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of United Bank for Africa (UBA) in Uganda, Chioma Mang opportunities for collaboration. Makerere and UBA Uganda can do a lot together.
Meeting Mak Guild President
I have discussed with the Makerere Guild President Mr. Ssempijja Ivan and the Guild Minister of Health their program on ensuring a healthy student body. I congratulate the Guild President on this initiative and encourage all students to participate in the program.
Congratulations Dr. Nambalirwa
I congratulate Dr. Helen Nambalirwa on the publication of her new book which describes in theological terms one of the deadliest civil wars in Uganda. Congratulations!
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